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On September 16 2008, Kean University vvekoined N'ung |o(, Cartel and MC Lars to VVilkins 
Theatre as part ot' the Crocs Next Step Cani|)us Tour. Student Organization ol Kean University 
was ha|)|)y to host this concert as a way to welcome students hack to cam|)us tor another 
successful year. The concert was a way to give students something to cMijoy in the middle^ of the 
week, and by the looks on their faces, students definifc^ly enjoyed it. 

President of Student Organization Scott Herman welcomed everyone to the concert, and was 
(:)leased to see all the smiling faces patiently wailing for the night's festivities to begin. Opening 
the night was MC Lars, performing songs from a relatively new genre, "post-punk la|)t()|) rap." 
Including numbers such as the Edgar Allen Poe-inspired Mr. Raven and Download Jhn Soni>, the 
performance was an excellent display of a musical style on the rise. 

Taking the stage next was Cartel, the five-member band hailing from Conyers, Ga. The audience 
was very excited, as evidenced by freshman elementary-education major Tina Provence's 
reaction: "My heart dropped to the floor," she said. 

Continuing on their rise to stardom that began back in 2003, Cartel displayed the skills and talent 
driving a rapid ascension toward "household name" recognition. Say Anything (Else), Honestly, a 
track from their upcoming studio allium, and a crowd-pleasing rendition of Oasis' megabit 
Wonderwall comprised a varied song set. 

The last artist to hit the stage was another native of Georgia, Yung )oc. Combining charisma and 
stage presence with well-known hip-hop tracks such as Knock It Out and It's Coin' Down, Yung 
Joe made it a point to interact with the audience. LHe made the night extra special for fi\'e Kean 
University students by inviting them on stage to dance during his performance - a moment th<it 
will not soon be forgotten. 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Zachary Valdes in the Cougar's Bvte on 
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Family Day 2008 

Did you bring your t<iniil\ to Kean^ 

Despite rainy weather, the turnout was excellent at Kean University's annual Family Day event 
held campus-v\'ide on September 27, 2008. 

Following registration at Wilkins Theatre and a trivia-based scavenger hunt of the campus, the 
crowd made their way to the University Center. There, representatives from programs and 
offices such as Study Abroad, Campus Police, Residence Life, Student Conduct, Liberty hiall, 
Alumni Association and Student Organization were all present to provide information to the 
guests. The Kean Cougar mascot became a popular addition to many on-the-spot family 
portraits as Student Organization sponsored a giveaway of framed family photos. 

Outside the University Center, there were activities for all ages. From virtual car racing, 
basketball and quarterback challenges, to under-the-sea and castle-themed jumping gyms for 
the smaller children. Miniature golf was also popular as parents and their children competed 
against each other, as was the chance to get a personal caricature drawn. There were many 
options for snacks, too, like |K)|)corn, cotton candy and snow cone stations served up L:)y 
volunteers, including President Dr. Dawood Farahi. Some guests took campus tours, hosted by 
student ambassadors from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, while others toured the 
residence halls with representatives from the Office of Residence Life. Shuttle service from the 
main campus to Liberty LHall was available to those interested in a tour of the Museum. 

After a barbeque lunc h at Downs FHall, Kean University hosted SUNY-Cortland for a football 
game in front of an encouraging crowd. On the other side of campus, Kean Dance Theatre put 
on a performance in the Little Theatre that included tap, samba, salsa, ballet and a performance 
from the Broadway musical Hairspray. The day came to an end in the Wilkins Theatre with a 
comedy hour with comedian Melissa Raush. 

"Coming to Family Day is always a good time. I graduated from Kean and now both of my 

daughters attend Kean," said alumna Gisela Bernal-Castro. "I love seeing all the great changes 

that have been made since 1 was here." 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Evelyn Molinares in the Cougar's Byte on 

10/07/08. 





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I lom October 5 1 to NovemljcM' 1, Jt)()8, approximately iUU Kean Uni\ersity student leaders had the 
opportunity to attend the annual Leadership Retreat sponsored by Student Organization and the 
Division of Student Affairs. 

After settling in to the hotel on Friday afternoon, Student Organization direc tor Stephanie Faser, and its 
president Scott Herman, welcomed the students and presented the advisors, who together made the 
retreat possible. 

"You're here because you want to be here," said lanice Murray-Laury, vice president for student affairs. 
"The people on the front lines are the student leaders. Our goal is that we become one." 

The importance of getting to know one another was expressed throughout the retreat, beginning with 
the opening networking session. The first workshop of the retreat was held by David Coleman. During 
his sessions, Coleman stressed the importance of complementing a partner instead of completing them. 
Of leadership, Coleman said, spirit and character help make leaders successful. 

Jonathan Sprinkles presented workshops on motivation, persuasion and presentation skills. He reminded 
the leaders that people may forget what one says or does, but are unlikely to forget how people make 
them feel. 

"Your strength is not in your personality, but in your ability to adapt to any situation and become 
whatever you need to be to get the job done," added Sprinkles, whose second session focused on 
creating a vision and seeing it through. 

A newcomer to the Leadership Retreat was John Beede, rock climber and motivational speaker. He 
wanted the leaders in the audience "to find out what your adventure is, and live it out." 

The last workshop, presented by Sanyika Calloway Boyce, had a similar message. She said that changing 
vour thoughts on money and wealth could result in a change in your financial life. Sanyika also suggested 
leaders define what success means to them and work to achieve that success. 

The 2008 Leadership Retreat had something for everyone. All who attended left uitli positive messages 
and insights on how to continue being successful members and leaders of the various clubs M^(.\ 
organizations. 

'Portions of this article were originally published by Evelyn Molinares in the Cougar's Byte on 1 1, 1 1 08. 





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Homecoming 2008 



The JOOiS liomci oniitit; laili^atitig - d display ol slu'i'i lox c iiiul loyalty 

Despite weeks ot planning aiul aiUit ipalint;, Kean University's annual Homecoming Tailjgate 
Picnic , held on C)c tol)c>r I 8, 2008, has come and gone. In i\n avvc>some display of Cougar pride, 
Kean students, alumni And sup|)orters made this year's Tailgating Pic nic what many ccMisider the 
best one yet. 

Free goodies to show our Cougar pride were giveii away at almost every table as soon as the 
testi\ ities began. The day started out cold, l)ut by ncK)n the temperature went up with the 
numl)er of attendees and so did the Cougar spirit. The crowd had a wide array of activities and 
goodies to choose from including cotton candy and popcorn, sand creations, face painting, as 
well as photo buttons, caricatures and Chinese calligraphy. All around, people could be seen 
sporting their different Kean items, and those who didn't come with them, left with them. 

"I l()\e It. I didn't expect it to be like this," said [])ominiciue Sinclair, a freshman [psychology major. 
"I thoLight it would just l)e a bunch ot alumni sitting around, but when I came I lc>lt like a kid in a 
candy store. |lt was] awesome!" 

While the Dj played the latest hits, representatives from the difterent sororities And fraternities 
showed off their dancing skills, both in groups and individually, and a small crowd of guests 
gathered on the dance floor. 

There were different competitions that both student groups and other attendees could 
participate in, such as a dance contest and various tailgating sweepstakes for student groups, 
best displays and individual students. 

The hard work of those who participated in the coordination of this year's Tailgating Picnic was 
not in vain as the event was definitely one to remember and has us all looking forward to next 
year's Homecoming picnic, which will no doubt be bigger and better! 

'Portions of this article were originally pul)lished by Garieka Godfrey in the Cougar's Byte on 

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Homecoming is a tradition. 

In addition to the traditional tallgating picnic and the football game, there is, of course, the 
crowning of homecoming king and queen during halftime. After two amazing performances 
from Kean Dance Theater and Fusion, the coronation ceremony began. As the Homecoming 
Court entered the field, fans in the bleachers began clapping and cheering for their friends. The 
anticipation grew as the announcer named those running for the crown, and finally, announced 
the winners - Stefano Gaetano and Evelyn Molinares. 

After graduation, Stefano, a communication major, hopes to find a job in the field of public 
relations, and Evelyn, a senior English and secondary education major, plans to enroll in the 
Nathan Weiss Graduate College and pursue a master's degree. 

"I am honored to represent Kean as its Homecoming Queen," said Molinares. "It is quite 
rewarding to be crowned on the basis of academics, extra-curricular activities and community 
service. I am glad my love for and pride in Kean was conveyed to the judges." Her king Stefano 
agreed, saying, "It is a great honor to represent Kean as the Homecoming King. If you would 
have told me four years ago I was going to win, I would have thought you were joking." 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Kaitlyn Davies in the Cougar's Byte on 
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Homecoming Concert 
featuring Lifehouse 



Although most ot the seats in Wilkins Theatre were empty on CXtober Id, JOO^i, it was 
not for lack ot an audience. Actually, Lifehouse was performing to a capac ity c rowd, 
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Hosted by Student Organization of Kean University, the 2008 Homecoming cone ert 
celebrated a weekend of tradition with the sounds ot alt(Mnative/pop rock. Welcoming 
students to the show cwd introducing comedian Jason Andors' opening show were 
Student Organization president Scott Herman, Vice President of Committees Tony 
Olamiju, Assistant Secretary Meghan Rieger, and Director of Public Relations laider 
Torres. 

Litehouse did not falter in demonstrating the energy and harmony that have come to 
define Homecoming weekend. With each passing song, the band's energy grew 
increasingly contagious. In several instances, lead vocalist Jason Wade, bassist Bryce 
Soderberg and drummer Rick Woolstenhulme Jr. moved from their playing positions 
micJ-song, exhibiting strong stage presence and engaging their audience. 

After the show, the band spent time meeting fans outside of Wilkins Theatre. Each 
person left with a signed autograph, a picture and a big smile. Their concert was a great 
success, encouraging students, alumni and enthusiasts to "keep on rocking" all 
weekend long. 

^Portions of this article were originally published by Zachary Valdes in the Cougar's 
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University Activities Board 
Homecoming Party 

Soul Train to the 80s Homecoming Party 

On Saturday, October 18, 2008, Student Organization of Kean University and the 
University Activities Board held a Homecoming party that will definitely go down in 
history as unforgettable. This year's theme was "Soul Train to the 80s" and students 
really got into dressing up and acting the part. DJ Skribble and DJ Phoenix were a one- 
two punch and kept the music going all night long. 

Both gals and guys dressed up for the occasion. Some females decided to dress in the 
traditional 80s style with neon leggings, hair to the side and cut-off sweatshirts. Plastic 
sunglasses, complete with the neon frames, were definitely a must-have for most 
students in attendance. Makeup was vivid throughout the dance hall, along with thick 
belts, leg warmers that matched colorful outfits, bright spandex and scrunched socks. 
Hoop earrings could be seen dangling from the ladies' ears, while high-tops and 
brimmed hats were all the rage on the males. And even though the mullet was very 
popular in the 80s, we are glad to report no one went to such an extreme to bring it 
back. 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Meghan Rieger in the Cougar's 
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Take a walk on the vvilde side. 

The University Activities Board (UAB) presented Visions ot' the Wild, .m African-inspired 
fashion show, on April 1 7, 2009. As the lights faded and the curtains opened, the 
audience was greeted by the beautifully illustrated back drop of an African safari scene, 
and the commanding beats of the African drums introduced the dance performanc e 
that followed. After the dance performance, fashion designs by Donna Byrd, Duane 
Fish and Divine Royalty by Malcolm were modeled on the runway by both professional 
models and Kean University students. The show ended with the stunning women and 
men in swimsuits donning fantastic animal prints in metallic bronze and tur(|uoise. 
Music was provided by Dj Intell. 

^Portions of this article were originally published by Regina McZorn in the Cougar's 
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Cafe La Giveaw^ay 

On Tuesday, February 3, 2009, the University Activities Board liostc'd their annual Cafe 
la Giveaway. Everyone in the crowd left with something, whether it was a tree T-shirt 
or one ot the many other giveaways. 

Upon entering the event, funded by Student Organization, everyone in the audience 
was given a pink raffle ticket. Later, the hosts would pick a ticket out of a fish bowl cind 
ask the contestant a trivia question that would allow them a ( banc c^ to win the prize. 
This year's giveaways proved to be bigger and better than previous years. Cameras, 
digital picture frames, DVD/VCR systems, iPod shuffles, portable DVD players, and 
numerous popular DVD's were given away. 

Music was provided by DJ Phoenix, and performanc es included Bayne Owens, Lamar 
Green, The Steppers of a Free Nation, Greg Lopez and lanay FHall-Crowder. 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Meghan Rieger in the Cougar's 
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Student Organization 
Unity Week Concert 

From "Theatre of the Mind" to Theatre of Kean 
Ludacris and Day 26 perform for Kean's Unity Week Concert 

The line in front of the Wilkins Theatre stretched back tow ards the residence halls as students anxiously waited for 
the doors to open. Many could be heard humming and singing some of their favorite songs from two very 
prominent artists - one, a renowned hip-hop and rap-music veteran and the other a young, group, coming up in the 
R&B charts. It was close to a mad rush to get past the front and inside doors, but once all the tickets were ripped 
and seats found, Kean University students restlessly waited for the annua! Unity Week concert, featuring Day 26 
and Ludacris, to begin. 

D) Wallah kept the crowd excited with the most popular tiiixes and beats. The vivid, outrageous jokes and animaterl 
performance of comedian Big Mike, c entered on school, dating and the bizarre tendencies of men and women. 

After getting the crowd more fired up and ready to go. Big Mike opened the show and left the stage, and the 
Student Organization executive board and concert committee came on to welcome everyone. Minutes later, the 
lights went out and a very familiar song started to play as Brian "B. Angel" Andrews, Robert "Magnum" Curry, Willie 
"Will" Taylor, Quanell "Q" Mosley, and Michael McCluney - Day 26 - took the stage. 

Soon after Day 26, Ludacris jumped onto the stage and the crowd was into a whole new uproar. While performing 
his most popular songs like Duffle Bag Boy, I'm So Hood and Put Your Lighters Up, he also treated the crowd with 
bits from his newest album. 

Part of Kean's annual celebration, this year's Unity Week concert is one that everyone will remember. 

'Portions of this article were originally published by Octavia Knight in the Cougar'.s Byte on 4/7/09. 







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University Activities Board 
Student Organization Step Show 



Kean University's University Ac ti\ ities Board (UAB) held its annual Step Show on A|Dril 
25, 2009. After years of unforgettable performances, it's no surprise that this year's 
competition was better than ever. There was more participating organizations, fiercer 
competition, the latest music, and An inc redibic host-Doug-E Fresh. 

There were five groups-four male groups and two female groups-all representing their 
Greek organization, competing to win $1,500. With members from Kean University 
and other universities, and a s|)ecial performance trom the Steppers of a Free Nation, 
the competition was intense. 

"We really would like to see more Greek organizations participate, represent and 
support their letters along with other Kean students, alumni and visitors," said Scott 
Ramos, president of UAB. "Our goal is to make this program an event the entire Kean 
University community will want to attend." 

*Portions of this article were originally published by Octavia Knight 
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Class of 2009 





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Irving Acevedo 

Bachelor ot Science in Psychology 
and Psvchialrit Rehabilitation 



Camille Joy Adalla 

Bai helor ol Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Akintade Adeniran 

Bachelor ol Arts in 
Public Administration 



Jasmine Adeshina 

Bachelor of Social Work 




Michael Agresta 

Bachelor of Science in 
Sc ience and Technology 



Claudia Aguirre 

Ba( helor of Arts in Spanish 



Jonathan Albert 

Bachelor of Science In Health 
Information Management 



Nathalie Alcaide 

Bachelor of Science in Biology 




|-5(Mlha Alfaro 


Arlene Alinea 


Nuno Almeida 


Kalcic^l Almeida 


Bachekjr of Arts in 


Bachelor of Scienie in Biology 


Bachelor of Science In 


Bac helor ot Arts In Sociology 


Early Childhoorl Fduratlon 




Management 






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Cielo Alverez 

Rai helor ol Arls in Spanish 



Ana Amaya 

B.ic helor ol Arls in Spanish 



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Esi Annan 

Bcichelor ot Social Work 



j Laura Astone 

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Science and Technology 



Kyle Barlics 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Peter Argento 

Bac helor ol Arts In M(>clia and lilni 




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Kwasi Asante 

Bac helor ol Sc ienc e in Ac ( ounting 




Jean Claude Badio Abel Bantyiwalu 

Bachelor of Arts in Biologv Bac helor ot Science in Ac counting 



Comfort Barker 

B.u helor ot So( lal Work 




Barbara Barone 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Recreation Administration 



Ashish Batra 

Bachelor ot Scienc e in 
Management 



Toni Batts 

B,u helor ot Arts in Soc lologv 








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Crystal Bawuah 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Daryl Beecham 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Dana Behr 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



Birsen Bektas 

Bac helor of Arts in 
Earlv Childhood Education 



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Jean Belcourt 

Bachelor ot Science in Accounting 



Felicia Belgrave 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 



Evans Benoit 

Bachelor ot Arts in Biology 



Pedro Bento 

Bachelor of Arts in Biology 




Daniela Bermudez 

B<u helor of Scienc e in Accounting 



Chilene Bernard 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Kimberly Bernardo 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Ryan Berns 

Bachelor of Science in Science 
and Technology 




Fahima l^)h<itli 



Joseph Blay 



Jeffrey Boley 



Ashley Bonett 



Bachelor ot Science in Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting Bachelor of Arts in Criminal justice Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 




Anthony Bongiorno 

l').i( liclor ol Arts in 
M,)tlii'ni,ili< ,il Sc ienc es 



Nichole Bonner 

Bac helor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Educ alion 



Theresa Bonner 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Raheem Booker 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



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Malissa Borges 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementcirv Education 



Peter Botros 

Bat hc'lor of Arts in 
Matlu'niatical Sc lences 



Shanic|ua Bradley 

Bac hi'loi ol So( lal Work 



Cynthia Bradshaw-Wilson 

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Ashley Braun 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Eilanete Brissett 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal lustice 



Thomas Bromirski 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



Robyn Brown 

lac helor of Arts in English 




jhamirah Brown-Butler 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Jennifer Bruzzi 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



David Brzyski 

Bai helor ol Scieni e in 
Science and TechnoloR\ 



Karia Bullon 

Bac helor ot Sc lenc e in Biology 




Jasmine Bundy 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Jennifer Burks 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Erica Burrell 

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts 



Toniann Butler 

Bachelor of Social Work 



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Tiffany Bynum 



Silvana Caceda 



Bachelor ol Arts In Psythology Bac helor ot Science in Marketing 



Andrea Caleiro 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Rasheedah Calouro 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 




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Ryan Camales 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 




Janneth Campoverde 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Giovanna Candela 

Bachelor of Arts in 
rommunicition 



Suzana Cane 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 




Nicole Cannella Kimberlyn Carr 

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Andres Carrillo 

Bachelor of Science in 

Manatjement 



Shenee Carroll 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Speech and Hearing 




Cjema Castaneda-Martinez 

B,i( hclor of Sf)( lal Work 



I3iana Castillo 

B<u hclor of Si lence in 
Management 



Anthony Castronovo James Charneco 

Ba( hclor of Arts in l'sy< hology Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



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Jessica Chatman 

Bachelor of Social Work 



Megan Chokshi 

Bachelor of Arts in 



Political Science 



Dominique Clerk 

liu hclor ol Arts in 
Criminal lustice 



Edgar Chaves 

Bai helor ot Sc ience in 
Managi'nu'nl 



Ana Chinchilki 

Bachelor ol Sciente in Ntarkeling 



Gyu Cho 

Bac hclor ot Arts in 
I'hvsical I (lu( ation 




Megan Cichon 

Bachelor of Arts in 



Criminal Justice 



Amie Cistaro 

Ba( helor of Arts in 
Earlv ChiltlhoocI Education 



Kerlange Claude 

Bachelor ol Arts in Sotiologv 




Stephanie Coloma 

Bachelor ot Sc ience in M.irkcting 



Sandra Colon 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Psychology 



Garret Conger 

Bac helor ot Arts in 
M.ithematK ,il St lentes 




Eva Contreras 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Mathematical Sciences 



Lina Contreras 

Bachelor of Science in Finance 



Piedad Cortes 

Bac helor of Social Work 



Gedeon Cortez 

Batht>lor of Arts in E( onomics 



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Luz Costa 

Bachelor ol Arts in Spanish 



Lynda Counc 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Ryan Covino 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



Na-C^Liitta Craig 

Bachelor of Science in Accountind 





Valerie Cray 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Danice Crump 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Political Science 



Yaasmyin Cultino 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal justice 



Krystle D'Alessio ' 

Bachelor of Arts in 1 

Early Childhood Education ! 




Shawn D'Anunciacao 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



Michelle D'Errico 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Communi( ation 



Cristina Dacosta 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Ashley Dalmar 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 




Jesse Damiano 

f^,i( helor of S( i('n< c in 
S( lent (■ anfl 7e( hiiology 



V.itash.i I ),llll('ls 
B<u helor ot Arts in l's\i hology 



^Lidiinir Daza 

BacJH'lor of Arts in 
Criminal Justice 



Jennifer De Silva 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



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loseph DeLuca 

Bachelor ot Science in 
Science and Technology 



Christina Demuro 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Melissa DiPalo 

achelor ot Science in Accounting 



Luciana DeLuca Benson Del Rosario 

Bai helor ot Arts in Psychology Bat helor ot Sc lent t' in Ai ( ounling 



C'hristopher Delgado 

H.u helor ul Sc irncc m 
Icli'i oimiuiim .itiiiii .ind Inio Tci hnology 




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George DelRisco 

Bachelor of Arts in hine Arts 



Allison DiCanto 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Psychology 



Windia Dieudonne 

Bachelor ot Arts in Media and Film 



Karolina DIugosz 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Elementary Education 





Nicholas Doeli 

Bachelor ot St leni e in 
Ctimputer Science 



Michael Dolan 

Bachelt)r ot Science in Marketing 



Craig Donatelli 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Mathematit al Sciences 



Felicia DiFonzo 

Bachelor f)f Arts in Psyt holt)gy 




Michelle Doce 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Special Etlucatit)n 






Dominique Douglas 

Bachelor ol Arts in Psychology 



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Vera Duarte 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early rhildhond Fducation 



Janine Duran 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Melissa Dziowgo 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Kadhames Echavarria 

Bachelor of Arts in Biology 




Nosakhare Eclomwonyi 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



Chavone Edwards 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Communication 




Stephanie Edwards 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Special Education 



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Elyse Engravido 

Bachelor of Science in Marketin 





Osaretin Eweka 


Ryan Fanelli 


Ria Favia 


Solomiya Fedy na 


Bachelor of Social Work 


B<u helor of Arts in Chemistry 


Bachelor of Arts in 


Bachelor of Arts in 






Ph\'siral Fdiif ation 


Speech and Hearini; 




Kaylcigh Felmley 


Myriam Figueiredo 


Thomas Fink 


Laura Fiorino 


B.K helor of 1 ine Arts in 


Ba( helor ol Arts in Spanish 


Bai helor of Arts in Soc iology 


Bachelor of Arts in 


Visual ( omniunualion 






Speech and Hearing 



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'i Michelle Fischer 

i| Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Tyrone Florencia 

Bcictielor ot Arts in Spanish 



Gabriela Flores 

Bachelor ol Science in 
Management 



Kelly Fogas 

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts 



Melissa Foldhazy 

Bachelor of Arts in FNychology 



Lisa Ford 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Suzanne Foster 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Recreation Administration 



Michael Foy 

Bac helor of Arts in 
( riminal juslit c 



Nicole Foy 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Mathematical Sciences 



Ricarcio Flores 

Bac lu'loi ol Sc lence in I inane e 




Bonita Foster 

Baclu'lor ot Arts in 
Mathematical Sciences 




Adriana Franco 

Bac helor of Scienc e in At counting 




Ashley Fuller 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal Kistice 



Gina Gagliano Angie Galeano 

Bachelor of Eine Arts in Studio Art Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Anton Galibov 

Bachelor of Arts in Psycholcjgy 



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Megan Gallagher 

Bachelor of Arts in Histor>' 



Michelle Gancedo 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical Education 



Adnaiia Garcia 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Miriam Garcia 

Bachelor of Arts in 

Fir—r--Mr\- Education 




Noelia Garcia 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Sabina Garcia 

Bachelor of Science in Biology 



Martin Garrido 

Bachelor of Science in Einance 



Michael Gaspar 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 






Kemi Gbadamosi 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Ismelda Gerez 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Jessica Geronimo 

Bachelor of Arts in 



Special Education 



Ryan Geronimo 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 




Carrie ( lihhons 

B.K hclor of Arts in 
I Icmenlary Frlucalion 



Michelle ( jomes 

B<i( helor of Arts in 
Malhenialical Sciences 



Niiirka ( lon/.ile/ 

B,K hclor ol Arts in Spanish 



I inlon Gooden 

Bachelor ol Arts in Psychology 



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Marcela Grajales 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Cindy (irandez 

Bac helor of Science in i^iology 



Kathryn Greves 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Lance Gudmestad 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Mathematical Sciences 



Esthela Guerrero 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



j Michelle Guzik 

I Bachelor of Arts in 

j Early Childhood Education 

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Jennifer-Lauren Haines 

Bachelor of Science in 
Science and Technology 



Glida Hall 

Bachelor of Arts in Soc lology 




Lula Green 

Hai helor ol Social V\'ork 




Melissa Gustich 

Bac helor of Arts in I listory 




Rodrick Hampton 

Bachelor ot Arts in Sociology 



Zainab Hanif 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Mary Hanna 

Bachelor ot Arts in 
Elementary Education 



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Katherine Hansen 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Speech and Hearing 




Renee Harley 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



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Gregory I larnib 

Bac helor ol Science in Biology 



Nicole I Iduek 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Angela Haugen 

Bachelor of Arts in Early 
Childhood Education 



Jaclyn Heaclcl 

Bachelor of Social Work 



Daniel Healy 

Bachelor of Science in 

Man.igenH'nt 



Johanna I iecller 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Katie Hicks 

Bachelor of Arts in 



Renisha Hobson 

B.u helor of S( icnc e in Ac counting 



Miya Hollingsvvorth 

Bachelor of Arts in 
EarK Childhood Edu( ation 



Kristina Haugen 

Bachelor of Science in 

Management 




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Julisa Herrera 

Bachelor of Science of 

M.inagenient 




lanelle Horstord 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Public Administration 




Ijc.iii I lovvard 

Bar hflor ot S< iciu c ir) I iiiaix c 



Ciina I Iriiska 

Ba( helor of Arts in I nglish 



I iiiiolhy I kilnu' jr. 

Ba( helor ol Arts in 1 listory 



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Danielle I Jumphreys 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 




Helena Hundley 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Communication 



Sashc) I lylton 

Bac helor ol Social Work 



Ibrahim Ihrahim 

Bachelor ot ArN m ( riniinal Kistice 



/Xiulit^s IligoyfM 

B.1C hi'lor ol Si icricc in t OmpukT 
InlrHMlcd l)rsit;ii ,inil M.iiuit.ic luring 




Ceovanna Irigoyen 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Niakyoma Irvin 

Bachelor of Arls in 
Public Administration 



Ebony Jackson 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Communication 



Kenja James-Taylor 

Bachelor of Arts in Scjciology 




Vivian Joe 


Anastasia Johnson 


Erin Jones 


Alison Jonkman 


Bachelor of Arts in 


Bachelor of Arts in 


Bac ht>lor of Arts in 


Bachelor of Science in 


Public Administration 


Speech and Hearing 


Early C'hildhood Ecku alion 


Management 




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Franco Jose 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 



Asmaa Kabel 

Bachelcjr of Arts in English 



Angela Karige 

Bachelor of Arls in Psyc hology 



Zafra Khan 

Bachelor ol Arts in 
Public Administration 



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Anna Khorosheva 

Bachelor of Science in 
M.iniigemeni 



Kelly Kilanowski 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Earlv Chilcihood Eclucation 



Kimberly Kimpton 

Bachelor of Science in 
Science and Technology 



Gary King 

Bachelor of Social Work 



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Nikki Kohler 



Slavko Kostadinov 



Bachelor of Arts in Criminal justice Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Vasiliki Kounelias 

Bachelor of Social Work 



l^imela Krimmel 

Baclielor of Arts in 
Physical Education 




Kaie Kroonkvist 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



UaiiK'la Kubick 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in 
Visual hfkualion 



Kiista Kvisl 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elenicntarv Education 



Nicole La Rocca 

Bachelor of Arts in 
l'li\ sK ,il Education 




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Kristin LciDuc a 

Ha( hclor of Arts in 
Spccc h and I Iciring 



/Mison Lainpai t 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Tariy Childhood I dui alion 



V'Kloiiii Lanza 

Bac helor of Arts in 
Physical Icluc alion 



Nichulas Lardicri 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal lustice 




Kaleena Lear 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Cruz Leon 

Bachelor of Science in 

Management 



JLiSlin Li|)|X)lis 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Osarieme Lebarty 

Bac helor of Arts in 
Political Science 



Leidy Ledesma 

Bachelor of Arts in f^sythology 



Janice Lee 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Spec iai Education 




Fernanda Lopez 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Khalida Lewis 

Bac helor of Arts in English 



Josemaria Libarnes 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



Nelkens Limage 

l?ac helor of Soc iaI Work 




Michelle Llanos 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Erica Logan 

bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Claudia Lopes 

Bachelor of Arts in 
EarK ( liildhood Ediu alion 





Paulina Lopez 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Tricia Lukowski 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in 
Visual Communication 



Jenny Lulshumba 

Bachelor ol Science in Biology 



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Kevin C. Lutz Jr 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Medin <inrl Film 



Willidni Lynch 

Bcichelor ot Arts in Psychology 



Yvette Waano 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



Natasha Maldonado 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



I asiha Mansuri 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Alexander Malecki 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Eva Walicia 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Cjina Maiano 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



/Auguslo Waiavi 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Danielle Maiorana 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychologv 




Etosha Manning 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Communication 




Lli/abelh \Wiigiotla 

Bachelor of Arts in History 



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CJiiisl'y Wanes 

\'>.H hclor of Arts in 
i IcmcnI.irv I du< alion 



Jessita XUiniie 

Bachelor of Arts in 
S()cc( h mm\ I tearing 



Wanuel Mai tinez 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal Justice 



baiah Mason 

Bachelor of Science in 
Science and Technology 




auren Mastromonaco 

ft Bachelor of Arts in 

Early Childhood Education 



Devon McHariis 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Public Administration 




Maria Mesquita 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



Yostina Malta 

Bachelor of Social Work 



Daniel Mattonelli 

Bachelor of Arts m Sociology 



William Mbua Jr. 

Hai helor ol S( lenec in Accounting 





Jacqueline McShane 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical Education 



Benneth Mekoba 

Bachelor of Scienc e in Nursing 



Nini Melenclez Barrero 

Bachelor of Arts in Biology 



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Bernadette Metellus 

Bachelor of Science in 
Managcvnent Science 



Nicole Mingo-Horton 

Bachelor of Scienc e in 
Telecommunications \ Info Tec hnology 



Christie Misko 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 




Antoinette Mitche 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Public Administration 



Kelly Mitthell-I iinckson Sadia Mohamed 

Bachelor ot Arts in Psyc hc^logy Bachelor of Arts in Criminal lustice 



Dalia Mokhtar 

Bachelor ot Science in Tinanc ( 



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Jackie Moleus 

Bachelor of Social Work 




Paula Mo ran 

Bac hclor ol Arts In S|ianish 



Valeric Molina 

Bachelor of Science in Finance 



Evelyn Molinares 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



Keilyann Morris 

Ba( hclor of Science in Finance 



Kenee Morris 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Krystal Morales 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology ] 

and Psychiatii' '•'■ 'i! 'dilation 




Gila Moskouilz 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 






Sean Mullan Leidy Munoz Minerva Munzon Lyndsay Murphy 

Bat helor ot Arts in I listory Ba( hclor of S( i(>n( c in Bachelor of Arts in Criminal justice Bachelor of Arts in 

Man,ii;i'niciil Si icm c Spec iai Education 




Melissa Nazario 



Lydia Negron 



B,i< lu'lor (it S( ir'iK (• in Biology Ba( hclor of Arts in ( riininal justice 



Uamia Nelson 

Bac hclor ol Arts in Psychology 



Kelly Nemelli 



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Bac hclor of Arts in 
Coniniunicalion I 




Cheuk-Ying Ng 


David Nichols 


Marlocly Nocia 


Lauren Norton 


Bachelor ot Social Work 


Bachelor of Arts in 


Baihelor ol Arts in I'sythology 


Bachelor of Arts In 




Special Education 




Political Scien( e 




Keith Novack 


Amanda Novak 


Loryn O'Brien 


Kolene O'Dell 


Bachelor of Arts in 
Recreation Administration 


Bachelor of Science in Marketing 


Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Chiidhoixl Educ alinn 


Bachelor of Arts in 
ElcincntarN- Education 




Corinne O'Toole 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical Education 



Catherine Oehoa 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Kelechi Odukvvu 

Bachelor of Arts in Economics 



Shervia Ojentis 

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts 





Frederick Okesola 

Bachelor of Science in Nursine 



Babajide Olamiju 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Criminal Justice 



Anthony Onyeagoro 

Bachelor of Science in Biology 



Kvvame Oppong 

Bachelor ol Science in Accounting 



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Flavia Otero 

Bac hc'lor ol Arts in Economics 



Louis Pacyna 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Kimberly Padio 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Christopher Piilmisano 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical EfJuc ation 



Valerie Palombo 

Bac helor of Arts in Psyc hology 



Giacomo Palumbo 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Mathematical Sciences 



Ashil.i P.ilcl 

Hai helor ot S( iciu c in I inant e 



Nikita Patel 



Sharvil P.iic 



Katherine Pajak 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 




Dana Panarella 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Speech and Hearing 




H,u helor of S( ienc e in Marketing Bac helor of Sc ienc e in Accounting 



I lolK P.illcrson 

Bachelor ol Arts in 
Speech and Hearing 



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Franmi Paulino 

B,n helor of Arts in 
Public Administration 



Maiitza Pena Kosmery Pcn,\ 

Bachelor ot Arts in Media ^\nd h'ilni Bachelor ot Silence in Accounting 



Katherine Perez 

Hai helor ot Science in 
Management 




alentyna Petrychykovych 

achelor of Science in Accounting 



Stefanie Pilles 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Nirma Pinon 

Bac helor ot Arts in Spanish 



Adalgisa Plasencia 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 





jiawomir Polchlopek Sabine Posy Oliver Powell Sean Prawdzik 

Bachelor of Science in Bac helor of Arts in History Bachelor of Science in Accounting Bac hc^lor of Arts in Ps\ c hology 

; Management 





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Allison Prezioso 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Timothy Prol 

Bachelor of Science in Financ e 



Vanessa Quarino 

Bachelcjr of Arts in 
Communication 



Kia Quick 

Bachelor of Social V\ ork 



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Priya RanKhaiitai-MohamnitHl Bijan Kaslcgarpanah 

Bachelor ol Science in Bachelor of Am in Biology 

M.iii.iL'f'nu'nl S( ii>ii( e 



Claudia Rcalpc 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Political Science 



Nina Regencio 



Bachelor of Science in Biology 



Katherine Rego 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Camille Reid 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Miguel Rivci.i 

\i,\( hflor f)l Arts in Bir)l()gy 



Norma Kivcia 

Ba< helor of Arts in Spanish 



Lslrcvina Rivcra-Uclics 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Alexis Rean-VValkci 

Bachelor of Science in 

Compuirr Science 




Matthew Reilly 

Bachelor of Science in 
Graphic Communications 




Joseph Rizzo 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Recreation Administration 



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Elizabeth Robins 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Franciele Rocha 

Bachelor ot Arts in Biology 



Kenia Rodriguez 

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre 



Chaunelle Robinson 

Bachelor of Science in 
Marketing 



Stella Robinson Amanda Rocha 

Bachelor ot Sc lent e in Nursing Bac helor ot Arts in tcononiics 




Sandra Rocha 

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice 



Kathy Rodrigues 

Bachelor of Science in 
Manaucnit'iit 



Manuel Rodrigues 

Bachelor of Arts in Oiminal lustK e 




Madeline Rodriguez 

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal lustice 



Matthew Rodriguez 

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts 



Teodosia Rodriguez 

Bachelor of Arts in Sfsanish 




Roloert Romero 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Jeffrey Ronan 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in 
Theatre Performance 



Rebeca Rocjue 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Rosa Rosales-Szulevvski 

Bachelor ot Science in Management 



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Amanda Sabo 

Bachelor of Arts in English 



Zuraniy Santiago 

Hm ht'lor ol Arts in Spanish 



Mi( hole St'iT.itclli 

I'.K hclor ol S( iciK (■ in 
M.in.i)4<TTicnl S( icn( c 



Elizabeth Salazai 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in 
Visual Communication 



Suylin Sanchez 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Early Childhood Education 



Camille Santamaria 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Special Education 




Rebecca Scanlon 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Politic al Scient (> 



Chaiiene Semelfort 

Bachelor of Social Work 



Daniela Sengelieva 

Bac helor of Science in Accounting 




Kristin SeiAcdio 

Bac hclor of Arts in 
Elenicnlarv Eclu< ation 



Melissa Servedio 

Bachelor of Arts in I'syc hology 



Karina S(>\ ilia 

l^ac helor of Arts in Spanish 



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Basheer Shabazz 

Bachelor of Socidl Work 



Lauren Shigo 

B.uiit'lor ol Arts in Eniilish 



Samantha Sileo 

Bathelor ot Arts in 
Early Childhood Edrication 



Caiiiilk' Simbert 

Bai hi'loi ol Sc H'lK V 111 Biology 




Anabela Simoes 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Farlv Childhood Education 



Loren Sinato 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Allison Sinclair 

Bat helor of Science in Marketing 



Yitzett Small 

Bachelor of S( ience in Finan( e 




Aiesha Smith 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Vanessa Scares 

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 



Joseph Sorrentino Nicole Stodolak 

Bachelor of Arts in History Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 





Robert Strauss 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical Education 



Allison Summerset 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Physical Education 



Joelle Tadros Nicole Tahan 

Sachelor of Science in Accounting Bachelor of Arts in Media and Film 



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Carl Tattoli Jr. 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Sergio Tavares 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



Helen Teoclosio 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 





Gina Timiraus 

Bachelor of Arts in 

Elomontarv FcIik .ition 



Haidee Torres 

Bachelor of Science in 
Manatjement Science 



Patricia Torres 

Bachelor of Science in Finance 



April Triano 

Ba( helor of S( ienc e in Biology 



Anthony Tuesta 

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish 



Fatiina Turner 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Public Administration 



Joya Thompson 

Bachelor of Science in 
Graphic Communications 




Amanda Toye 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 




Ale\a Tutt 

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal jusIh 




K<il<irin<i LJh.ilov, 

h.K helor <)( Arts in 
Pfdilif al S< i('n( e 



Cjuy Ulmer-Santos 

B.ic helor of Arts in Media and I ilm 



Ana Valarezo 

Bac helor of Science in Marketing 



)ieg() Valkulolid 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



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Stephanie Vechina 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Speech and Hearing 



Incira Veismane-Diaz 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management 



Carmen Velasquez 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Matheni,ili( al Si icni c- 



Caroline Valle 

Baclielor ol Sc iente in A( toLinlini; 




Christina Velia 



Bachelor of Science in Business 
Manai^cnienl 



Anibal Villaverde 

Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



Nerline Vincent-Paul 

Bachelor of Social Work 



Phyllis Warden 



Bachelor of Science in 
Management Science 




Aja Washington 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Nerissa Waugh 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Jacqueline Waweru 

lachelor of Science in Accounting 



Donna Whaley 

Bachelor of Science in 
Management Science 





Criscia Williams 

■achelor of Arts in Criminal Justice 



Michelle Williamson 

Bachelor of Science in Finance 



Christopher Wilson 



Corv Wilson 



Bachelor of Arts in Criminal justice Bachelor of Science in Accounting 



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Kelly Wilson 

Bac helor of Sc ience in Marketing 



Cameron Wong 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



Nicole Wronski 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



Michelle Wurms 

Bachelor of Arts in Histor\' 







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Lauren Wypyszynski 

Bachelor of Arts in 
\jl)li( Adniiiiislration 



Jenniler Yee 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Earlv Childhood Educ ation 



Irina Zaionts 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 




SiiiKjna Zanlaidino 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 



I reny Zaveri Mehinet Zenginler 

Kac helor of Science in Ac i ounling Bachelor of Science in 

Management/ International Business 



Heather Zakrzevvski 

Bachelor of Arts in 
Elementary Education 



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Nathan Weiss 
Graduate College 

CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 2009 



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For more information about continuing 
your education at Kean University, visit 
us at the Graduate Admissions Office, 
located on the East Campus, Suite 224; 
call us at 908-737-GRAD; e-mail us at 
grad-adm@kean.edu; or visit us at 
www.kean.edu/-keangrad. 






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Enhance Your Undergraduate Degree at the Nathan Weiss Graduate College 

As the decision whether or not to pursue graduate school is upon you, look no further than Kean 
University. The Nathan Weiss Graduate College (NWGC) provides varied degree and certification 
programs, as well as non-credit courses and community initiatives; not to mention outstanding I 

faculty and staff. With 26 master degree programs and 45 program options, NWGC is sure to have a 
graduate program that suits your professional and educational needs. 

In addition to NWGC's master's degrees and program options, the graduate college also proudly 
offers two doctoral degrees and two |:)rofessional diploma programs. The doctoral degrees includes a 
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), which is a combined program in school and clinical psychology, and 
a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in url)an education. The [professional diploma 
programs include marriage and family therapy and school psychology. Nathan Weiss's professional 
diploma for school psychology is also one of only two in the state of New Jersey that is nationally 
accredited. 

Students are attracted to Kean's graduate programs for several reasons, including our small class size, 
a talented faculty, a close student-professor relationship, and the reasonable cost of graduate 
education. The best reason, however, is that a graduate degree from Kean emphasizes an education 
that you can put to work in your chosen career. 

The Kean undergraduate alum should also be aware of the benefits that one may have with the 
familiarity from same-school retention. It is strategic to kick off graduate school with a university that 
already has linked networks and resources. Kean University already utilizes their personal student- 
teacher relationships and small classroom size on cV^ undergraduate level, and that connection only 
becomes stronger at the graduate level. 

For interested students looking to advance their undergraduate degree and seek a graduate college 
that is right for them, look to the Nathan Weiss Graduate College. For more int'ormation or to 
request ^m application, please call 908-73 7-GRAD (4723), visit wvvw.kean.edu or send your request 
via |)oslal mail to: 

( iraduate Admissions Office 
Kean University 
1000 Morris Avenue 
Union, NJ 07083 

'Portions of this artic le were originally published by Benito Nieves in thc^ C ouga/'s l^yic on 09/29/09. 



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A Note from Alumni Relations 

Congratulations, new alunn, on voiir graduation troni Kevin University ^'ind entrance into tlie "real 
world." We at the Office of Alumni Relations are here to make your transition as smooth as possible 
and to keep you connected to Kean University! How, you ask? Well, here are just a few examples: 

You've made great friends and want to stay in touch. You're looking to expand your network for 
jobs, ideas and support. Let the Office of Alumni Relations help you keep past CONNECTIONS and 
make new ones: 

• Find us on Facebook: vvvvw.facebook.com/keanalumni 

• Join the Young Alumni Network, a group for recent grads, just like you 

• Join one of the other networks or regional clubs found at vvwvv.keanalumni.org 

• Start your own club or network by contacting the Alumni Relations office 

You're looking to move. You bought a new car. You're hoping to stay in shape. As a Kean alum, we 
can offer you BENEFITS to help you with these goals: 

Use of campus resources such as the library, computer labs, etc. 

Discounts on Kean Athletic events and Kean Stage events 

Discounts on home and auto insurance 

Discounts on local gym memberships 

Free financial planning sessions 

Free nutritional counseling sessions 

Plus many more! 

You're ready to come back to campus. You want to go out on the town. loin us at one of our manv 
alumni EVENTS to keep your Kean family close: 

FHomecoming Weekend which includes a Greek reunion, alumni tent and post-game party 

Annual Summer Splash 

Regional FHappy Hours 

Networking events such as Women of Distinction and Student Alumni Networking 

Plus many more! 

The Office of Alumni Relations is here to help you transition to life after you have graduated from 
Kean University. We want to stay in touch, so update us with your information by stopping by 
Townsend Hall, Room T-1 30, calling 908-737-ALUM (2586) or e-mailing alumni@kean.edu. Don't 
forget to visit us online at www.keanalumni.org to find out more information on alumni connections, 
benefits and events! 



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